Caruso's Honey is a small family owned and operated farm, nestled in one of the many beautiful canyons along the Snake River within the Walla Walla Valley Region of Southeastern Washington State.  Providing pollination & bee swarm removal services, and producing high quality local gourmet honey varieties, seasonal cut comb, bee pollen, beeswax, flavored creamed honey spreads, and other specialty gourmet food products made with our farm fresh honey.


     "I would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to our company and to offer you any assistance you may require with purchasing our products for your home or business. We strive to maintain the most unique and extensive line of gourmet honey products and packaging available in the marketplace today."

     "Caruso's Honey Co. is dedicated to old fashioned farm practices, producing only our favorite kind of honey: raw, unprocessed, unpasteurized, and unhomogenized honeys full of sweet flower flavor made from single floral sources. With the most diverse and distinctive assortment of honeys in the marketplace, our company has been caring for honeybees and producing gourmet honeys since 1999. Both distinction and quality are becoming a rarity in our culture. We are devoted to caring for our honeybees with the most natural and earth friendly techniques possible. We strive to preserve healthy hives. Always in search of the most natural and bee friendly conditions available to insure their wellness, satisfy their dietary and foraging needs, and maintain overall well being. "

     "This process ensures high quality local farm fresh honeys, with distinctive floral varieties, offered to our customers and retailers alike. We are sure our honey is one of the healthiest and best tasting gourmet honeys you can find in the Great Northwest. Artisanal foods like our honey, are a great way to have a healthy diet and enjoy the rare and fine flavors that only a family farm can deliver."

"Our goal is to make uniquely packaged farm fresh honey products readily available to food lovers everywhere, while still maintaining that old fashioned accord between the consumer and small family farms."

Yours sincerely,

Carey Caruso

After many years on the sidelines watching, I joined my husband, Dean,  in one of his many hobbies- keeping honeybees. His love of nature and the outdoors has really rubbed off on me over the years and has lead me to my current endeavors and position in our family business- Caruso's Honey Co. I now help harvest the honey from our hives and I not only gain muscle, from heavy lifting, but knowledge, an appreciation for what the American Honeybee keeper does, and for the honeybees themselves. They are the most fascinating creatures you will ever encounter with the hardest work ethics you will ever know. Honeybees not only produce for us delectable golden honey to consume, but they are a critical component of our agricultural operations. In the United States- 80 percent of insect crop pollination is accomplished by the honeybees. In fact, approximately one-third of the total human diet is derived directly or indirectly from insect-pollinated plants(fruits, legumes and vegetables).